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Wanted to know what everyone thinks about the MSD Coil? If it is a good idea to buy it, because I am about to buy plugs, wires and I was going to get the coil to. :)
 

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no, not insulated enough to hold the high heat, our stock is fine. Plugs/Wires are fine though... or even get a new set of stock plugs and regap. Wires are a +, stock tend to burn out quick.
 

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see Im not sure because in all my old cars changing the coil had a big impact on gas mileage and performance. The MSD coil is putting out 35,000 volts and our stock one is about 25,000 volts.
 

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haha I guess the MSD isn't that good than
 

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have it

sinySilverSRT4 said:
haha I guess the MSD isn't that good than
i think it a good coil the extra current helps burn up more fuel i gain 1-3 hp wit the wires and with gas at 3.50 a gallon it helps
 

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LittleMT said:
I think so, with the stock coil and the stock wires, my car trapped 125mph...
i changed out the wires as soon as I saw my plug burning out LOL
but i'm planning on keeping the coil.

now the plugs are a different story ... these cars EAT plugs for a living!!
 

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Yeah I have the msd coil and msd wires, I havent had a problem and I ve had it on the car for about 2 months, now that dosent mean it couldnt happen, but Im doing ok with it. I do keep the stock plugs, wires, and coil in my car just in case.

Mods: S1, AGP WGA, AEM SRI, MSD Coil & Wires, NGK Iridiums
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Well I guess Im going to try it. IF I don't like the performance I can always install the stock one. thanks alot for all the feed back.
 
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